Rebecca Robichaud

Health Law Attorney

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Rebecca-Robichaud-attorney-350pxRebecca is an experienced health care attorney who understands the many challenges currently facing health care providers and works to provide her clients with the best advice given each client’s unique situation and the ever changing laws and regulations. Rebecca has represented a variety of providers, including ambulance companies, laboratories, and physician offices in various matters such as Office of Inspector General investigations, HIPAA audits, contract negotiations, litigation, Medicare and Medicaid audits and general compliance matters.

Rebecca is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School and holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Theory from Michigan State University. Rebecca is an adjunct faculty member of Wayne State University Law School where she teaches in the Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic. Rebecca is also a member of the Gloria and Thomas Kitchen Memorial Foundation, which raises money to support research for finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis, as well as serving on the Corktown Citizens District Council and as Secretary of the Corktown Historical Society.

In her own words:

“Health care providers want to deliver great patient care and often feel constrained by the voluminous laws and regulations of which providers need to stay abreast. I am committed to providing great legal advice based on my years of experience and knowledge of the law, which allows the providers to focus on serving their patients. I recognize that my relationship with clients is key to their ability to provide quality health care. Clients need clear, concise and efficient advice so they can focus on what they do best – providing health care.”